Just speculation at this point but the Waynesville Daily Guide had a recent article describing steps being taken by a local group that is interested in increasing the opportunities for competitive soccer in the community:
On Jan. 21, Moore and David Lowe presented the Community Recreation Board with their proposal to take Pulaski County soccer into the next phase.
“Basically, we want to start a competitive soccer club,” Moore told the board, citing the team’s growth over the years and sharing that there are players from other cities on the team.
While those teams are currently recreational, Moore said if a competitive team is formed, then those players could have the potential for playing both recreational and competitive.
Moore and Lowe shared that the group currently has three choices before them: To go on as they have been, establish a club under the Missouri Youth Soccer Association and work through the local area for field space, or the third, which Moore said he thinks is the best option.
“I think the best thing to do would be to have a competitive club that’s part of the OMSF,” he said.
We’ve had our share of experiences in the growth of club soccer locally. What would you recommend Pulaski County, and the Ozark Mountain Soccer group do?